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  • BOB ABRAHART
    CALL FOR PAPERS GeoComputation 2000 23-25 August 2000 5th International Conference on GeoComputation School of Earth and Environmental Sciences University of
    Message 1 of 2 , Jan 24, 2000
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      CALL FOR PAPERS

      GeoComputation 2000

      23-25 August 2000

      5th International Conference on GeoComputation
      School of Earth and Environmental Sciences
      University of Greenwich, Medway Campus
      Central Avenue, Chatham Maritime, Kent ME4 4TB UK

      Email: geocomp@...

      Further details and updates will be posted to:
      http://www.ashville.demon.co.uk/gc2000/index.htm

      Submission of abstracts is via an on-line form at:
      http://www.ashville.demon.co.uk/gc2000/submit.htm

      For email list or hot links to past conferences, proceedings and
      extended abstracts:
      http://www.ashville.demon.co.uk/geocomp/index.htm

      Timeline: Abstract deadline : 20 March 2000
      Author notification : 20 April 2000
      Final papers due : 20 June 2000
      Registration due : 20 July 2000

      Papers are invited on all aspects of research within the broad field
      of geo-spatial computation. This conference series brings together
      numerous scientists from different areas of research, who are
      interested in using the latest computational tools and techniques, or
      who have implemented similar computation-based approaches under
      alternative scenarios. It represents a conscious attempt to move the
      research agenda back to scientific modelling and analysis, with or
      without being locked into GIS! The main aim of each annual meeting is
      to enrich geo-scientists with a powerful toolbox of fresh ideas and
      methods that will permit them to examine and resolve a large range of
      complex, often non-deterministic, problems. It is a deliberate effort
      to explore the middle ground between quantitative research and
      computer science from an informed perspective. It seeks to demonstrate
      to practitioners the use of innovative up-to-the-minute enabling
      technologies and at the same time to provide computer scientists with
      a rich source of computational and representational challenges.

      Total cost including on-site accommodation in student halls,
      registration, proceedings and meals will be 220 pounds sterling.
      Special rates will be available for registered students.

      Publication outlets will include conference proceedings and journal
      special editions.

      Local Organising Team:
      Bob Abrahart, Bruce Carlisle, Cecilia MacLeod, Ben Holmes, Fakhar
      Khalid, Adrian Porter.

      International Steering Group:
      Bob Abrahart (University of Greenwich); George Benwell (University of
      Otago); Catherine Dibble (University of California at Santa Barbara);
      Judy Ehlen (U.S. Engineer Research and Development Center); Mark
      Gahegan (Pennsylvania State University); Brian Lees (Australian
      National University); Paul Longley (University of Bristol); Bill
      Macmillan (University of Oxford); Stan Openshaw (University of Leeds);
      Richard Pascoe (University of Otago); David Puller (University of
      Queensland).
      Bob Abrahart

      GIS Lecturer
      Centre for GIS and Remote Sensing
      School of Earth + Environmental Sciences
      University of Greenwich, Medway Campus
      Central Avenue, Chatham Maritime
      Kent ME4 4TB

      Tel: 020-8-331-9925 Fax: 020-8-331-9805
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    • Dragoljub Pokrajac - EECS
      Did somebody try to use spatial autoregression (the technique applied to explore lattice spatial data) in order to perform prediction in geostatistics? Thanks,
      Message 2 of 2 , Jan 24, 2000
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        Did somebody try to use spatial autoregression (the technique applied to
        explore lattice spatial data) in order to perform prediction in
        geostatistics?

        Thanks,

        D.Pokrajac-Pokie


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